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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2004, Metamorphosis Volume 15, Issue 4: 154 - 155
Publication Date : 2004-12-31
Author/s : Mark C. Williams
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Editorial


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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2004, Metamorphosis Volume 15, Issue 4: 156 - 164
Publication Date : 2004-12-31
Author/s : Alan J. Gardiner
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New species of Lepidochrysops Hedicke (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) from north-western Zambia


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Two new Lepidochrysops species are described from north-western Zambia, L. miniata sp. n. and L. yvonnae sp. n.


Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2004, Metamorphosis Volume 15, Issue 4: 165 - 169
Publication Date : 2004-12-31
Author/s : Alf Curle and Neville Curle
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A description of a single male specimen of Charaxes assumed to be a hybrid of Charaxes brutus natalensis Staudinger, 1886 and Charaxes druceanus druceanus Butler, 1869 (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)


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A specimen originally taken by the Hanekoms in Glenwood, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal is described, with comment on likely parentage.


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2004, Metamorphosis Volume 15, Issue 4: 170 - 175
Publication Date : 2004-12-31
Author/s : Alf Curle and Neville Curle
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A brief summary of the southerly movement of Appias sabina phoebe Butler, 1901 (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)


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Certain butterfly species have appeared to move southwards from time to time. Records indicate that some have established themselves on a permanent basis while others have disappeared from the newly inhabited areas. Appias sabina phoebe appears to have been moving southwards over the past fifty years and aspects of the biology of this species in the Republic of South Africa are discussed.


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2004, Metamorphosis Volume 15, Issue 4: 176 - 183
Publication Date : 2004-12-31
Author/s : Francois J. Swart
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Butterfly news from Namibia - the first nine years


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